The guys after social security numbers are called black hat hackers. If they manage to jimmy a lock or bust through a firewall, a treasure trove of information awaits.
In the last month, four candidates have announced they are running for president. That’s three republicans: senators Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Rand Paul. And one democrat: former senator and secretary of state Hillary Clinton. Arianna Skibell spoke with Reid Epstein from the Wall Street Journal, who is on the ground in New Hampshire, to get a feel for what’s at stake for both parities. Epstein spoke to why Clinton announced her candidacy so early. What’s she going to do for the next year and a half before the primary?
More than 35 years ago, Etan Patz, a six-year old child, disappeared on his way to school and was never seen again. Arianna Skibell interviewed Lisa Cohen, who wrote the book “After Etan: The Missing Child that Held America Captive.” Cohen first talks about the evidence presented to the jury.
Nearly 90,000 people die each year from excessive drinking. But researchers have made a recent discovery in the brains of mice that could provide a new treatment to curb the urge to binge.
Clinicians have always assumed that combining therapy with drug, that having both treatments, could only help the patient. The more intervention, the better. But for some people in this study, receiving drug treatment didn’t help at all, it was completely unnecessary.
On Thursday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a fourteen-point plan to crack down on smuggling and violence at Riker’s Island.
The authority figures I was supposed to respect were acting like high school-ers themselves. I felt like a kid on the playground being told to eat a worm or get beaten up. I was terrified. But there was no way I could give up my classmates.